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Location: Berlin

Day 1 - 3 Oct 2019

Berlin

Berlin, Berlin
Berlin, Berlin
Berlin, Berlin

Content: ▪️Photo 1 : The Reichstag Palace is a building in Berlin , Germany , built to house the Reichstag (Reich Diet) from 1894 until it burned down on the night of August 27 .February 28, 1933. It has housed the Bundestag (Federal Diet) of the Federal Republic of Germany since the institutions returned to Berlin in 1999. ▪️Photo 2 : Berlin Cathedral ( German : Berliner Dom , or officially: Oberpfarr- und Domkirche "Upper Parish and Collegiate Church") is Berlin 's historic Protestant main church located on Museum Island in Berlin-Mitte . Translated into French as a cathedral , the church is not a cathedral in the strict sense of the word because it was never the seat of a bishopric ▪️Photo 3 : you can book an appointment to take an iris photograph in Berlin

Location: The Berlin Wall

Day 2 - 4 Oct 2019

Checkpoint Charlie

The Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie
The Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie
The Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie

Content: Checkpoint Charlie ("checkpoint C", "Charlie" designating the letter C in the NATO phonetic alphabet thus allowing understanding between countries such as Germany France and others) is one Berlin border posts which, during the Cold War , made it possible to cross the wall which divided the German capital between the Western sector and the Eastern sector

Location: Alexanderplatz

Day 3 - 5 Oct 2019

Alexanderplatz

Alexanderplatz, Alexanderplatz
Alexanderplatz, Alexanderplatz

Content: 🔺Photo 1 : Alexanderplatz is one of Berlin's most famous squares. And it's definitely the biggest. Named in homage to Tsar Alexander I who visited the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia in 1805, “the Alex” became, with the construction of the tram station in 1882, the crossroads of the transport network. The construction of the Halle centrale (1886) and the Tietz department store between 1904 and 1911 also made it the most important commercial site in the city. It was Alfred Döblin's novel, "Berlin Alexanderplatz" which in 1929 made it famous throughout the world, including in literature. 🔺Photo 2: Golden awnings and hangers, tasteful ornaments and murals – with its Art Deco design, Alexa evokes the 1920s, the heyday of Alexanderplatz. The Alexa on Alexanderplatz is, with its sales area of ​​more than 56,000 m2, not only one of the largest shopping centers in Berlin, but also one of those with a unique atmosphere. On five floors, it offers its visitors a mix of shopping, entertainment and relaxation.

Location: Brandenburger Tor

Day 4 - 6 Oct 2019

Porte de Brandebourg

Brandenburger Tor, Porte de Brandebourg
Brandenburger Tor, Porte de Brandebourg

Content: The Brandenburg Gate is a must for every visitor to Berlin. Hardly any other sight is on so many tourist selfies as the large sandstone gate in the heart of the city. The Brandenburg Gate plays a correspondingly large role on city tours and lights up during events in the capital such as New Year's Eve or Berlin. The gate was once a memorial of division - it was in the restricted area after the Wall was built and could not be visited by either East or West people. After reunification, it became a symbol of German unity.

Location: Berlin

Day 4 - 6 Oct 2019

Potsdamer Platz

Berlin, Potsdamer Platz

Content: Potsdamer Platz - The best address in Berlin for shopping and dining Potsdamer Platz ("Potsdam Square ") is a square in central Berlin , Germany . A major road intersection during the first part of the 20th century, the square was destroyed during the war and became a no man's land during the Cold War , cut in two by the Berlin Wall . Most of the buildings that currently border it have been built since the reunification of 1990. The square is one of the most striking places in Berlin and is frequented by many tourists.